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The terrestrial animals and the name the place occupy varies from animal to animal. Deer for example occupy forested areas.
Haiti, Japan and probably Spain.
the whole of eastern europe, and over half of central europe.
maybe china and definitely Japan
Pearl Harbour, Hawaii.
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Vietnam, France, Hawaii, Germany, Japan, Russia, China
About 73% to 80% of Japan is mountainous and unsuitable for agricultural, industrial or residential use. This has resulted in an extremely high population density in the habitable zones that are mainly located in coastal areas. Furthermore, like most of the Japan (where mountains occupy about 80% of the total land area) wherever alluvial soils and flat plains are found urban development and agriculture compete for the use of the land.
35% of people live in rural areas in Japan 65% or people in Japan live in urban areas
The public areas of Disneyland occupy about 0.344 km2.
cause they wanted demands
Japan is divided into 47 prefectures.
The name Satsuma is after Satsuma in Western Japan. They are now grown in many areas of the world where conditions suit.
high areas of population density in japan are generally located in Tokyo, Japans capital. high areas of population density in japan are generally located in Tokyo, Japans capital.
According to present theories 'shells' describe how electrons behave, so yes they do occupy shells. They are theoretical areas that explain how elements and molecules combine and work.
Of the 840 active volcanoes in the world, Japan has almost 1/10 of them (approximately 80) The reason for the high number of volcanic areas is because Japan is located along the circum-Pacific volcanic belt.
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Scandanavia , Austria & Czechoslovakia
Parts of Alaska, parts of China, the Dutch East Indies.
The public areas of Disneyland occupy approximately 85 acres.
No. Koalas do not live in wetland areas, but they may occupy eucalyptus trees on the fringes of wetlands.
The Ancient Aztecs occupied most of the area that is modern-day Mexico.
Japan occupied these areas during World War II; they were not historic Japanese lands. The United States believed that Japan should be stripped of all non-ethnic Japanese lands at the end of World War II to lessen the possibility that Japan would ever become a violent and antagonistic empire ever again.